Primal Wear offers a full range of cold-weather riding gear for cyclists wanting to brave the elements.
Below are a few cold weather product suggestions that incorporate the latest fabrics and cuts and a sampling of the designs available. The entire Primal cold-weather line is offered in seven different design themes – five for men and two for women – to suit any rider’s style.
The 2011 winter line isn’t available to view online yet, but the rest of Primal’s offerings are at www.primalwear.com and in local retailers.
Primal Wear Fusion Jacket
Primal’s most popular outerwear jacket, the Fusion Jacket is a second layer that provides thermal protection while still allowing air flow to the body. Working alone or as a second layer, the Fusion Jacket uses Primal’s T3D cut keeping the sleeves and tail from creeping up so cyclists keep comfortable even in an aggressive riding position. Complete with reflective piping, this jacket is great for early morning commuters, road warriors or those out on the trails. MSRP: $119.95
Primal Wear Thermal Arm Warmers
Primal’s thermal arm warmers give cyclists unmatched warmth, portability, and easy temperature control in varying conditions. Thermal MicroFiber fabric provides lightweight, effective insulation and Influx Gripper bands eliminate bunching and keep everything in place. MSRP: $24.95
Primal Wear Thermal Leg Warmers
Primal’s thermal leg warmers make temperature control easy. Thermal Microfiber fabric provides soft, smooth insulation that won’t bind or chafe at the knees and Influx Gripper prevents the leg warmers from sliding down or riding up. The leg warmers offer superior portability over tights as well as the option to remove if the weather warms up. MSRP: $24.95
Primal Wear Thermal Shoe Covers
Primal Wear’s thermal shoe covers cut the wind while allowing cyclists’ feet to breathe. A rear-zip design makes pulling on or taking off easy and durable construction help keep the covers looking good season after season. One size fits all. MSRP: $19.95
Source: Alex Strickland, for Primal Wear